KELLY BURK


A LEADER WITH EXPERIENCE

Mayor of Leesburg, Virginia

“Laura and I rooted our family in Leesburg because it is an incredible place to live, work, and receive an education. As someone who knows first hand what kind of leadership and commitment to service is required to make sure our community continues to be a great place to raise a family, I am proud to support Kelly Burk for mayor. I am confident Kelly will work hard to keep our local economy strong and welcoming for all.”

Attorney General Mark Herring


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Wonderful service today at Providence Baptist Church honoring Mary Wiley who turned 104 this year. What a lovely group of people to share their love of God with me and allowing me to recognize Ms. Wiley during the service. Thanks to Tammy Carter for inviting me and to Rev. Gault for welcoming me to the church.

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7 days ago

Kelly Burk, Leesburg

Thanks to the Schaufeld for opening their beautiful house for invited guests to view the amazing National’s World Series trophy. Debbie Piland, Tommy Burk and I were thrilled to be able to participate. Thank you Karen and Fred.

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2 weeks ago

Kelly Burk, Leesburg

Councilman Steinberg and I met with Attorney General Herring on Thursday. We were in Richmond for VLM, Virginia Municipal League, Lobby Day. We talked with Senator Boysko and Delegates Goodities and LaRock’s staff. The legislators were all in session until late in the day. Had a great dinner with Senator Boysko and Delegate LaRock. One thing was very apparent our legislators on both side of the aisle, work very hard to represent us in Richmond!

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2 weeks ago

Kelly Burk, Leesburg

The most current information I have concerning the effects of the storm this morning.

· 33 Structures impacted

· 14 individuals were displaced due to damage. Needs for these residents have been addressed.

· Power: approximately 900 customers without power according to Dominion

· National Weather Service is in the process of conducting a field survey to determine if a tornado touched down. They are planning on providing their official assessment this evening.
PRESS RELEASE
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To Assist Residents with Storm Debris Removal, Town Waives Restrictions on Brush Collection
Volume limits and size restrictions waived through Friday, February 14, 2020.
Leesburg, VA (February 7, 2020) – In the wake of this morning’s severe windstorm, the Town of Leesburg has waived volume limits and size restrictions on brush collection for one week to assist residents with storm debris clean up.
Through Friday, February 14, 2020, Leesburg residents can place any amount of brush at the curb for collection. Trash or other debris, like roof shingles or siding, will not be collected with brush.
Town crews will begin collecting storm-related brush on Saturday, February 8, 2020. Branches and limbs that are between 4 and 8 feet in length and less than 8 inches in diameter will be collected using chipping equipment. Larger items, including root balls, will be collected separately.
All brush items must be placed at the curb. Town crews cannot enter private property to collect storm debris. If contractors are hired to remove downed trees, the contractors are responsible for all debris removal.
Residents with questions about what can and cannot be collected should

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2 weeks ago

Kelly Burk, Leesburg

We are not sure yet that there was actually a tornado this morning in Leesburg. We do know that:

• Main area of impact is NE Quadrant, Catoctin Circle east to Town Limits and Edwards Ferry north to Town Limits
• No injuries reported per Fire Rescue
• Numerous trees down; some cosmetic siding damage
• Power Outages of approximately 4000 go to Dominion Outage Map for specific information.

While this was a very scary event, thankfully no one was hurt!

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  • The long walk to downtown Leesburg from public parking lots could become a quick golf cart ride. Leesburg Town Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to initiate a staff study about how and where the town might allow golf carts on public streets. The move was inspired when a transportation business, Cartwheels, asked if it could start ferrying visitors downtown from the far-flung Liberty and Pennington lots. According to Mayor Kelly Burk, who saw some of the business’s proposal, the golf carts would be … read more